Automobiles have been Tim Godard's whole life for, well, his whole life! His career in the auto industry began while washing cars at Godard Ford in Tallmadge, the dealership his father started in 1965. He worked his way up through the parts & service departments to a position of Sales Manager and then General Manager, a position he would hold for eleven years. He assumed ownership of Godard Ford twenty one years ago and successfully ran the dealership until he sold it on December 13, 1999. Eighteen short days later, Tim opened Godard Auto Sales & Leasing in Medina where he specializes in pristine, late model, low mileage used cars! He was impressed with Medina's business growth and most of his salesmen from the Tallmadge store were so impressed with him that they came with him to the new store. This sales staff, who have been with Tim from twelve to twenty-five years, really know the auto business inside and out!
One of Tim's favorite parts of the business is being able to find specific cars his clients have requested. When customers ask him to find a certain make, model, year, and color, he can usually find it! His notebook of customer requests travels with him everywhere and once Tim finds a car that fits his customer's preferences and he's satisfied that the car is in great shape, he calls his customer to let them know the availability and the price. If the customer is still in the market for that particular car and likes the price, Tim gets it for them and another satisfied customer joins the Godard Auto Sales family! Besides a large selection of some of the nicest used cars you're likely to find, Tim also offers vehicle leasing. Tim Godard is rightfully proud of their high quality, low mileage cars and his entire business is built around finding the right cars for his customers and treating them fairly and honestly. Godard Auto Sales & Leasing has a very relaxed for atmosphere for you and your family. When you're looking for a car and you'd like to find a dealer who has your best interest at heart, stop on by the lot to talk to Tim. Story Courtesy of The Medina County Community Advocate